Storms moved into western parts of Montgomery County at sunset last night but moved to the north missing most of the area. Within an hour those storms reformed and moved to the southeast from Walker County. As it passed through San Jacinto County hail reports started to come in. Close to midnight it crossed into Montgomery and Liberty County with intense rain and hail the size of baseballs in the Security area.
Moving through Cleveland it dropped marble sized hail. Minutes later a report of a tornado came it to the National Weather Service from the Plum Grove area but no damage could be found.
Approximately 1 a.m. the storm continued it’s southeast track hitting Dayton and Liberty areas. Trees were reported down on FM 1008 near Kenefick east of Dayton. Power in Liberty was lost as the rains and hail moved through there.
A short time later reports from Westlake south of there came in with more trees down.
Tammy Coetzee who lives in the Security area reported hail as big as baseballs as she saved some in her freezer she also shared some photos with MCPR.
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